Should I Host A Live Q&A For My Podcast?

updated on 23 March 2021

Are you a podcast host or do you have your own podcast organisation? Do your listeners ask questions through different social networks? Imagine collecting questions in one place. Oh wait, you don’t have to imagine, you need Newny. If you're interested in trying Newny out, learn more here.

Engage listeners

Podcasts led by Q&As are considered very successful. Listeners are actively involved in the creation of the episode and on the other hand you as a host don’t run out of ideas. Nothing is more awkward than the silence that ensues in the middle of a podcast, right?

Newny allows you to collect all the questions from your listeners in one place. Among all the questions asked, participants can vote for ones they would like to be answered in on the podcast.

Collect podcast feedback

Customer feedback is one of the most important things for your business. Ellen Taaffe describes the importance of receiving feedback, effective ways to collect feedback, as well as what to do if you don’t receive any at all. It’s a highly recommended listen!

Collecting feedback from listeners has many benefits.  You can get to know your listeners better and improve further episodes of your podcast based on previous experiences. By asking your listeners for their opinion, you show them that you value them and their time.

Having it all in one place is just the cherry on top 🍒.       

Understand who my most engaged listeners are

Did you know that podcast listenership in the United Kingdom has been increasing every year, reaching estimated 15,6 million listeners in 2020?

Q&A podcasts are rather successful. Listeners connect better with podcast hosts, ask various questions and vote for the most intriguing one.

Besides all of the above Newny allows you the use of our insights dashboard to better understand who your listeners are and what topics interest them most.

Learn more about Newny here.

Posted: By:

Ines Jazbinšek,

Digital Marketing Specialist @ Newny

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